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[Annelida] references request

Wilson, Robin via annelida%40net.bio.net (by rwilson from museum.vic.gov.au)
Mon Sep 14 02:44:49 EST 2015

Dear friends  if anyone has pdfs of any of the following which I have failed to find in BHL etc then I and 2 colleagues in Melbourne would be very grateful.

Many thanks in advance:

Annenkova, N.P. (1937) (The polychaete fauna of the northern part of the Japan Sea). (In Russian). Issledovaniia morei SSSR 23, 139–316
[or 139-216?; don’t need all pp just those relating to Travisia kerguelensis intermedia. Yes, local colleague will help translate].

Hartman, O. (1938) Descriptions of new species and new generic records of polychaetous annelids from California of the families Glyceridae, Eunicidae, Stauronereidae, and Opheliidae. University of California Publications in Zoology 43, 93–112. [these early volumes not on BHL]

He, M. H. & Q.-Q. Wu, (1986). A new species of Hartmaniellidae (Polychaeta) from Taiwan Strait. Taiwan Strait Haixia, 5(1): 65-69.

Rioja, E. (1944) Estudios anelidologicos. X. Estudio de algunos poliquetos del museo Argentino de ciencias naturales. Anales del Instituto de Biologia, Mexico 15, 115–138.

Robin Wilson
Museum Victoria
GPO Box 666
Melbourne Victoria 3001
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